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Definition of "vendition" [ven•di•tion]

  • The act of vending or selling; sale. (noun)

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Use "vendition" in a sentence
  • "Sundays -- were the voice and hammer of Mr Evans heard with equal efficacy in the dining-room of the late Duke, which had been appropriated to the vendition of the books; and within that same space (some thirty-five feet by twenty) were such deeds of valour performed, and such feats of book-heroism achieved, as had never been previously beheld, and of which the like will probably never be seen again."
  • "It is to be had in every parish of the kingdom, and a pretty large quantity is consumed in the metropolis, where several taverns are set apart solely for the vendition of this liquor, the masters never dealing in any other."
  • "Actually, Nihon belike has a aggregation of filthy lowercase secrets (the info of ground they hit so some robots, the info of ground it's thoughtful OK to delude utilised underclothing in vendition machines), but"